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Charlton Heston's 3 Post-Apocalyptic Films Make Sense if Played Simultaneously


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Charlton Heston starred in three post-apocalyptic films: Planet of the Apes (1968), Omega Man (1971), and Soylent Green (1973). As an art project, Anthony Discenza took the entire run of each film and spliced them together at every tenth of a second while playing their soundtracks simultaneously. The result is both trippy and coherent.

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It took me about 2 minuets before I was I able to follow all three at the same time. But by then it was getting really annoying.

Maybe in the future our attention spans will be so short that we will watch movies two or three at a time.
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It was interesting that I could only "focus" on one story line at a time while I had to basically "ignore" the other two. I could willfully change my attention to one of the other two easily enough, but I couldn't really follow more than one at a time because the other two would become background noise.

Can anyone truly "multiprocess?" If so, I believe that is the direction in which humanity will have to evolve in order to survive.
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a headache is what I meant to say, also am slightly nauseous... now to get away from the computer and get some fresh air.

PS Next Time please put a seizure warning, If I'm not effected by seizures and this physically affected me this much, I can't imagine what this might have done to one of my friends who suffer from them
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